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Giulia Molino Like the rock stars text and meaning of the song
Explosion of tanker trucks in the Emirates: what we know
It costs a lot of golf with ad hoc cruises and the appointment as official cruise line of the Ryder Cup 2023
World Composer Day: a path paved by great names
Interstellar ramjets are physically possible but difficult
Three dead in the United Arab Emirates in a drone attack blamed on Houthi rebels
Doddy Sudrajat Wants to Bring Gala Sky, Emma Waroka: No Morals! : Okezone Celebrity
SpaceX?s mega-rocket Starship could make or break space industry, say experts
Low Roar will present its fragile worlds in Prague
Lady Diana, revealed the hidden nickname of the princess

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                    [description] => Giulia Molino Like rock stars text and meaning of the new single already released on digital platforms on December 17 for Island of the Artists with distribution ADA Music Italy and, from 21 January, available in radio rotation. The piece bears the signature of Giulia Molino for the lyrics, while the music was composed with ... Read more
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Giulia Molino Like rock stars text and meaning of the new single already released on digital platforms on December 17 for Island of the Artists with distribution ADA Music Italy and, from 21 January, available in radio rotation.

The piece bears the signature of Giulia Molino for the lyrics, while the music was composed with Manuel Finotti.

Giulia Molino How rock stars meant

Like rock stars deals with the theme of awareness, in particular that which allows us to free ourselves from the trap of toxic love.
Giulia it encourages you to love yourself, to know how to recognize what steals your energy and to know how to live to the best of your ability, like rock stars.

?There are sick bonds that cancel you, that turn off your light day after day. But you have to choose to shine, because love is energy, not a dark room in which to lock yourself in looking for your faults. Otherwise, it’s better to be alone and fall in love with yourself, live your life to the fullest, like rock stars?, Says the artist Giulia Molino.

The video clip of Like rock stars is directed and produced by Potato! and represents the chaos that lives in the mind of Giulia.
In fact, this is the reason why he staggers through the streets of a nocturnal and silent Rome. Silence contrasts with the sound of footsteps looking for answers.

Giulia Molino Like the rock stars text and audio

I add another ring over my fingers
As many as the disappointments and if you don’t understand me
I try to talk
What the fuck here is that hellish noise
Your ears are plugged, at least try to understand
I still have so much to say

I’m in the cold, right here in the cold I don’t get dressed in the room
I write until the blood runs cold
The ceiling collapses, no that won’t be enough
I spit gusts of wind that move the guard rail
I shut up, my pen speaks more than my mouth
My hand is shaking and you see slowly my calm passes

That asshole who swears that the girl is an excuse
Another story that ended with a kiss from Judas
Still, I know you still want me
I prefer to be alone
I’ll toast your memory
Fuck you and your glory

In the rain like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

Remove your hands from your face so at least now I see
Your ego filling the room
It was okay like that, it was okay like that
What a fool I was, you shouldn’t have come near
But like animals, the smell makes us crazy
Take away that anxiety, remind me who we have been
It is useless to spit into the plate where you eat

Still, I know you still want me
I prefer to be alone
I’ll toast your memory
Fuck you and your glory

In the rain like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

I told you a thousand times what was wrong
You hurt me
I will take a breath, going up the falls
Come on cheer me up, let me think
I say what I think it makes no sense afterwards
I don’t feel like arguing
Someone like me
Spend the nights counting the stars
Now I’m so sorry, I have to drink

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

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Giulia Molino Like rock stars text and meaning of the new single already released on digital platforms on December 17 for Island of the Artists with distribution ADA Music Italy and, from 21 January, available in radio rotation.

The piece bears the signature of Giulia Molino for the lyrics, while the music was composed with Manuel Finotti.

Giulia Molino How rock stars meant

Like rock stars deals with the theme of awareness, in particular that which allows us to free ourselves from the trap of toxic love.
Giulia it encourages you to love yourself, to know how to recognize what steals your energy and to know how to live to the best of your ability, like rock stars.

?There are sick bonds that cancel you, that turn off your light day after day. But you have to choose to shine, because love is energy, not a dark room in which to lock yourself in looking for your faults. Otherwise, it’s better to be alone and fall in love with yourself, live your life to the fullest, like rock stars?, Says the artist Giulia Molino.

The video clip of Like rock stars is directed and produced by Potato! and represents the chaos that lives in the mind of Giulia.
In fact, this is the reason why he staggers through the streets of a nocturnal and silent Rome. Silence contrasts with the sound of footsteps looking for answers.

Giulia Molino Like the rock stars text and audio

I add another ring over my fingers
As many as the disappointments and if you don’t understand me
I try to talk
What the fuck here is that hellish noise
Your ears are plugged, at least try to understand
I still have so much to say

I’m in the cold, right here in the cold I don’t get dressed in the room
I write until the blood runs cold
The ceiling collapses, no that won’t be enough
I spit gusts of wind that move the guard rail
I shut up, my pen speaks more than my mouth
My hand is shaking and you see slowly my calm passes

That asshole who swears that the girl is an excuse
Another story that ended with a kiss from Judas
Still, I know you still want me
I prefer to be alone
I’ll toast your memory
Fuck you and your glory

In the rain like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

Remove your hands from your face so at least now I see
Your ego filling the room
It was okay like that, it was okay like that
What a fool I was, you shouldn’t have come near
But like animals, the smell makes us crazy
Take away that anxiety, remind me who we have been
It is useless to spit into the plate where you eat

Still, I know you still want me
I prefer to be alone
I’ll toast your memory
Fuck you and your glory

In the rain like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

I told you a thousand times what was wrong
You hurt me
I will take a breath, going up the falls
Come on cheer me up, let me think
I say what I think it makes no sense afterwards
I don’t feel like arguing
Someone like me
Spend the nights counting the stars
Now I’m so sorry, I have to drink

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

In the rain like rock stars
Like rock stars
No, I don’t care what he thinks
When I am closed in myself
I don’t want to talk
Like rock stars
Like rock stars

[date_timestamp] => 1642458399 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Explosion of tanker trucks in the Emirates: what we know [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/explosion-of-tanker-trucks-in-the-emirates-what-we-know/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/explosion-of-tanker-trucks-in-the-emirates-what-we-know/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 21:27:59 +0000 [category] => InternationalEmiratesexplosiontankertrucks [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/explosion-of-tanker-trucks-in-the-emirates-what-we-know/ [description] => Several tank trucks exploded on Monday January 17 in an extension of Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates. The provisional human toll reports 3 dead (two Indian nationals and a Pakistani) as well as 6 wounded. A drone attack The authorities on site mentioned an incident linked to a drone attack, which led ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Several tank trucks exploded on Monday January 17 in an extension of Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates. The provisional human toll reports 3 dead (two Indian nationals and a Pakistani) as well as 6 wounded.

A drone attack

The authorities on site mentioned an incident linked to a drone attack, which led to the explosion of these trucks containing fuel. This is the first attack to kill on Emirati territory.

In addition, a ?minor fire? occurred in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the official Emirati agency WAM without reporting any casualties.

Houthi rebels claim

“The armed forces (of the Houthis) carried out a qualitative and successful military operation within the framework of an operation dubbed Hurricane of Yemen”, affirmed the spokesman of the Houthis rebels of Yemen Yahya Saree in an official statement diffused on their Al channel. – Massira. “A number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities” were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

As a reminder, the United Arab Emirates are part of a military coalition under Saudi command which has been intervening since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against the Houthi rebels supported by Iran.

La COALITION ANTI-HOUTHIS RIPOSTE

On Monday evening, the anti-Houthi coalition carried out raids in Yemen, in retaliation. “In response to the threat and a military necessity, airstrikes are beginning in Sanaa,” she announced in a tweet from SPA, Saudi Arabia’s official news agency.

The international community condemns the attack on the Emirates

Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, both allies of the Emirates, but also Iraq, the UN, the United States, the United Kingdom and France condemned the attack. “President Emmanuel Macron strongly condemns the attacks against Abu Dhabi today, and supports the United Arab Emirates,” said the French presidency. ?These attacks threaten the security of the territory of the United Arab Emirates and the stability of the region. France expresses its support for the United Arab Emirates in the face of these attacks,? French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement earlier.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/explosion-of-tanker-trucks-in-the-emirates-what-we-know/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Several tank trucks exploded on Monday January 17 in an extension of Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates. The provisional human toll reports 3 dead (two Indian nationals and a Pakistani) as well as 6 wounded. A drone attack The authorities on site mentioned an incident linked to a drone attack, which led ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Several tank trucks exploded on Monday January 17 in an extension of Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates. The provisional human toll reports 3 dead (two Indian nationals and a Pakistani) as well as 6 wounded.

A drone attack

The authorities on site mentioned an incident linked to a drone attack, which led to the explosion of these trucks containing fuel. This is the first attack to kill on Emirati territory.

In addition, a ?minor fire? occurred in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the official Emirati agency WAM without reporting any casualties.

Houthi rebels claim

“The armed forces (of the Houthis) carried out a qualitative and successful military operation within the framework of an operation dubbed Hurricane of Yemen”, affirmed the spokesman of the Houthis rebels of Yemen Yahya Saree in an official statement diffused on their Al channel. – Massira. “A number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities” were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

As a reminder, the United Arab Emirates are part of a military coalition under Saudi command which has been intervening since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against the Houthi rebels supported by Iran.

La COALITION ANTI-HOUTHIS RIPOSTE

On Monday evening, the anti-Houthi coalition carried out raids in Yemen, in retaliation. “In response to the threat and a military necessity, airstrikes are beginning in Sanaa,” she announced in a tweet from SPA, Saudi Arabia’s official news agency.

The international community condemns the attack on the Emirates

Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, both allies of the Emirates, but also Iraq, the UN, the United States, the United Kingdom and France condemned the attack. “President Emmanuel Macron strongly condemns the attacks against Abu Dhabi today, and supports the United Arab Emirates,” said the French presidency. ?These attacks threaten the security of the territory of the United Arab Emirates and the stability of the region. France expresses its support for the United Arab Emirates in the face of these attacks,? French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement earlier.

[date_timestamp] => 1642454879 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => It costs a lot of golf with ad hoc cruises and the appointment as official cruise line of the Ryder Cup 2023 [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/it-costs-a-lot-of-golf-with-ad-hoc-cruises-and-the-appointment-as-official-cruise-line-of-the-ryder-cup-2023/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/it-costs-a-lot-of-golf-with-ad-hoc-cruises-and-the-appointment-as-official-cruise-line-of-the-ryder-cup-2023/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 21:26:58 +0000 [category] => LifestyleappointmentCostaCostsCruiseCruise & GolfcruisesCupGolfhoclinelotMarco Simone Golf & Country ClubOfficialRoberto AlbertiRyderRyder Cup [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/lifestyle/it-costs-a-lot-of-golf-with-ad-hoc-cruises-and-the-appointment-as-official-cruise-line-of-the-ryder-cup-2023/ [description] => Costa Cruises is the Ryder Cup 2023 official cruise line: the most important team golf competition will take place for the first time in Italy, al Marco Simone Golf & Country Club of Rome, from 29 September to 1 October 2023. On the occasion of the announcement of this partnership, the company is also relaunching ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Costa Cruises is the Ryder Cup 2023 official cruise line: the most important team golf competition will take place for the first time in Italy, al Marco Simone Golf & Country Club of Rome, from 29 September to 1 October 2023. On the occasion of the announcement of this partnership, the company is also relaunching the novelty designed for golf enthusiasts and their families, already announced last September, on the occasion of the partnership with the Open d ‘Italy: the new Cruise & Golf formula allows you to combine a unique golf experience with the relaxation and fun of a cruise aboard the Costa Smeralda. By booking Cruise & Golf, golf enthusiasts will have the opportunity to play in some of the most beautiful clubs in Italy, France and Spain, during the ship’s stops in the destinations they visit. In the meantime, families on vacation with them will be able to enjoy the services on board, or go to the discovery of the places thanks to the excursions organized by the company.

“Our holidays aim to bring unique experiences that enrich, and the union with golf fits perfectly with this idea – underlines Costa’s senior vice president and chief commercial officer. Roberto Alberti -. To achieve our goal of becoming the reference company in the world of golf, we have thought of a special initiative, never seen before: the partnership with the Ryder Cup 2023, one of the most followed sporting events in the world, will allow us to reach everyone. golf enthusiasts, while with our new Cruise & Golf formula we will offer them and their families a holiday that combines the best of golf with the best of cruising. Cruise & Golf will also contribute to promoting the golf courses of the countries visited and, more generally, represents an opportunity to stimulate local tourism, considering that six out of ten passengers say they want to return to the places they visited during the cruise?.

The new Cruise & Golf offer will be available from May 2022 on the week-long Costa Smeralda cruises in the western Mediterranean, which will visit Savona, Marseille, Barcelona, ??Palma de Mallorca, Palermo, Civitavecchia / Rome. Reservations will be open from next February 1st. To take advantage of the new offer, simply purchase a cruise, and then add one of the two packages dedicated to golf to the reservation, which they include three or four green fees respectively to access some of the most famous and appreciated golf clubs in the Mediterranean.

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Costa Cruises is the Ryder Cup 2023 official cruise line: the most important team golf competition will take place for the first time in Italy, al Marco Simone Golf & Country Club of Rome, from 29 September to 1 October 2023. On the occasion of the announcement of this partnership, the company is also relaunching the novelty designed for golf enthusiasts and their families, already announced last September, on the occasion of the partnership with the Open d ‘Italy: the new Cruise & Golf formula allows you to combine a unique golf experience with the relaxation and fun of a cruise aboard the Costa Smeralda. By booking Cruise & Golf, golf enthusiasts will have the opportunity to play in some of the most beautiful clubs in Italy, France and Spain, during the ship’s stops in the destinations they visit. In the meantime, families on vacation with them will be able to enjoy the services on board, or go to the discovery of the places thanks to the excursions organized by the company.

“Our holidays aim to bring unique experiences that enrich, and the union with golf fits perfectly with this idea – underlines Costa’s senior vice president and chief commercial officer. Roberto Alberti -. To achieve our goal of becoming the reference company in the world of golf, we have thought of a special initiative, never seen before: the partnership with the Ryder Cup 2023, one of the most followed sporting events in the world, will allow us to reach everyone. golf enthusiasts, while with our new Cruise & Golf formula we will offer them and their families a holiday that combines the best of golf with the best of cruising. Cruise & Golf will also contribute to promoting the golf courses of the countries visited and, more generally, represents an opportunity to stimulate local tourism, considering that six out of ten passengers say they want to return to the places they visited during the cruise?.

The new Cruise & Golf offer will be available from May 2022 on the week-long Costa Smeralda cruises in the western Mediterranean, which will visit Savona, Marseille, Barcelona, ??Palma de Mallorca, Palermo, Civitavecchia / Rome. Reservations will be open from next February 1st. To take advantage of the new offer, simply purchase a cruise, and then add one of the two packages dedicated to golf to the reservation, which they include three or four green fees respectively to access some of the most famous and appreciated golf clubs in the Mediterranean.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642454818 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => World Composer Day: a path paved by great names [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/world-composer-day-a-path-paved-by-great-names/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/world-composer-day-a-path-paved-by-great-names/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:56:19 +0000 [category] => MusiccomposerdaygreatNamespathpavedworld [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/world-composer-day-a-path-paved-by-great-names/ [description] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To recognize this hereditary and ancestral talent, on January 15th, the World Composer’s Day is celebrated.

Knowledge and appreciation

The date originated in Mexico, in 1945, when the country’s Society of Authors and Composers was created. After that, the rest of the world also adopted the commemoration, which values ??the people behind so many immortal works. Here, in Brazil, the National Foundation of the Arts (Funarte) plays this role very properly, which aims to preserve the memory of masters of Brazilian music in books and records, available free of charge on its website.

Music is everywhere, it is our nature to musicalize feelings, ?we are made of silence and sound?, as Lulu Santos and Nelson Motta beautifully wrote. But the composer has not always had and has the visibility he deserves. At the beginning of the expansion of classical music in Europe, for example, the performer could change the composition as he wished and even insert parts of other compositions. Over time, classical music became more complex and the composer more valued, with more control over his works.

In Brazil, there are so many composers who have immortalized feelings, talents from all over our giant expanse, that I couldn’t name them all. But we can highlight some that help us, despite the regrets, to be proud of being Brazilian, taking a ride on the composition of the wonderful Gonzaguinha.

Chiquinha Gonzaga

A thousand-year-old woman, the daughter of a slave with a first lieutenant, was rejected by her paternal family, but she did not give up and enjoyed all that was best in the bourgeois education she received. Later, she received a piano from her then husband and began a path of no return in her life: composition.

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Our treasure of classical music! Founder of the Academia Brasileira de Música, he learned since childhood to play the cello, clarinet and saxophone. I liked listening to classical music, but I was very interested in Brazilian rhythms. This peculiar taste resulted in a musical revolution, with rhythms never before experienced.

Other big names are also worth mentioning when it comes to weight composition. Are they: And Barroso, Pixinguinha, Topper, pink christmas, Adoniran Barbosa, Luiz Gonzaga, Vinicius de Moraes, Lupicínio Rodrigues, Dorival Caymmi, Dona Ivone Lara, Tom Jobim, Tom Zé, Robert Charles, Gilbert Gil, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Peninha, Paulinho da Viola, Team Maia, Chico Buarque, secondhand, Aldir Blanc, Zé Ramalho, toquinho, djavan, Rita Lee, cazuza, Renato Russo, Carlinhos Brown e Lulu Santos. The contribution of all these talents brought to Brazilian music more purity, more affection, more calm, more joy, to paraphrase the genius Peninha.

All these names that came before us paved the way for new talents to walk more safely and calmly in the music world, but this is still not an easy path, which only depends on talent. Not to say that I didn’t mention flowers, the land is fertile, but to make it bloom and bear fruit, investment is needed, which can come through a personal loan, insistence and determination, because, as Geraldo Vandré wrote, who knows, the time, do not wait to happen.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/world-composer-day-a-path-paved-by-great-names/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => short Music Non Stop no Facebook When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To ... Read more [atom_content] =>

When it comes to music, Brazil is a fertile cradle of great names, recognized throughout the world for their talents, which leave indelible marks on erudite and popular works. We are musical ? there’s no denying it ? and everyone who loves good music loves some Brazilian music. To recognize this hereditary and ancestral talent, on January 15th, the World Composer’s Day is celebrated.

Knowledge and appreciation

The date originated in Mexico, in 1945, when the country’s Society of Authors and Composers was created. After that, the rest of the world also adopted the commemoration, which values ??the people behind so many immortal works. Here, in Brazil, the National Foundation of the Arts (Funarte) plays this role very properly, which aims to preserve the memory of masters of Brazilian music in books and records, available free of charge on its website.

Music is everywhere, it is our nature to musicalize feelings, ?we are made of silence and sound?, as Lulu Santos and Nelson Motta beautifully wrote. But the composer has not always had and has the visibility he deserves. At the beginning of the expansion of classical music in Europe, for example, the performer could change the composition as he wished and even insert parts of other compositions. Over time, classical music became more complex and the composer more valued, with more control over his works.

In Brazil, there are so many composers who have immortalized feelings, talents from all over our giant expanse, that I couldn’t name them all. But we can highlight some that help us, despite the regrets, to be proud of being Brazilian, taking a ride on the composition of the wonderful Gonzaguinha.

Chiquinha Gonzaga

A thousand-year-old woman, the daughter of a slave with a first lieutenant, was rejected by her paternal family, but she did not give up and enjoyed all that was best in the bourgeois education she received. Later, she received a piano from her then husband and began a path of no return in her life: composition.

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Our treasure of classical music! Founder of the Academia Brasileira de Música, he learned since childhood to play the cello, clarinet and saxophone. I liked listening to classical music, but I was very interested in Brazilian rhythms. This peculiar taste resulted in a musical revolution, with rhythms never before experienced.

Other big names are also worth mentioning when it comes to weight composition. Are they: And Barroso, Pixinguinha, Topper, pink christmas, Adoniran Barbosa, Luiz Gonzaga, Vinicius de Moraes, Lupicínio Rodrigues, Dorival Caymmi, Dona Ivone Lara, Tom Jobim, Tom Zé, Robert Charles, Gilbert Gil, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso, Peninha, Paulinho da Viola, Team Maia, Chico Buarque, secondhand, Aldir Blanc, Zé Ramalho, toquinho, djavan, Rita Lee, cazuza, Renato Russo, Carlinhos Brown e Lulu Santos. The contribution of all these talents brought to Brazilian music more purity, more affection, more calm, more joy, to paraphrase the genius Peninha.

All these names that came before us paved the way for new talents to walk more safely and calmly in the music world, but this is still not an easy path, which only depends on talent. Not to say that I didn’t mention flowers, the land is fertile, but to make it bloom and bear fruit, investment is needed, which can come through a personal loan, insistence and determination, because, as Geraldo Vandré wrote, who knows, the time, do not wait to happen.

[date_timestamp] => 1642452979 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Interstellar ramjets are physically possible but difficult [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/interstellar-ramjets-are-physically-possible-but-difficult/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/interstellar-ramjets-are-physically-possible-but-difficult/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:53:37 +0000 [category] => Spacedifficultinterstellarphysicallyramjets [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/interstellar-ramjets-are-physically-possible-but-difficult/ [description] => In traditional aircraft or rockets, fuel is burned continuously in order to generate thrust. As speed increases, approaching the speed of sound, air in front of the craft compresses until it creates a shockwave which we hear on the ground as a sonic boom. More powerful jet engines are able to push through the shockwave ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In traditional aircraft or rockets, fuel is burned continuously in order to generate thrust. As speed increases, approaching the speed of sound, air in front of the craft compresses until it creates a shockwave which we hear on the ground as a sonic boom. More powerful jet engines are able to push through the shockwave gaining higher speeds, but there is a limit. At some point the disruption of the shockwave meets the thrust of the engine and you hit a wall. To go even faster, you need a better engine.

Ramjets work by taking advantage of the shockwaves created at supersonic speeds. Specially built intakes at the front of the craft funnel the high pressure and compress it even further. The compressed air flows into a combustion chamber where it?s mixed with fuel and ejected out the back at supersonic speeds, creating additional thrust. Ramjets by definition can?t achieve thrust at subsonic speeds and instead need more traditional methods to get going. Once they?re up and moving, however, they?re highly efficient and capable of gaining speeds in excess of Mach 9 (7,000 miles per hour).

That?s all well and good if you?re inside the Earth?s atmosphere and have plenty of air to play with, but scientists and engineers wondered if you could use a similar process to power spacecraft in order to achieve relativistic speeds.

Ships in space can?t gather air from the vacuum but there are other materials which could be gathered and used for thrust. A paper published by Robert W. Bussard in 1960 proposed an interstellar ramjet later made famous by its use in Poul Anderson?s 1970 novel Tau Zero.

Instead of gathering air to generate thrust, the Bussard ramjet would scoop up and compress ionized hydrogen from the near vacuum of space using electric or magnetic fields and use them for fuel. As the craft moves faster, the flow of protons into the engine would also increase, producing even more thrust. The whole process becomes almost self-sustaining, allowing such a craft to go spectacularly fast.

Two years before Tau Zero, in 1968, John F. Fishback published a paper building on Bussard?s initial idea, proposing a magnetic scoop which might work to power an interstellar ramjet. While ramjets have made incredible progress within the confines of our atmosphere, relatively little attention has been paid to the development of similar space-based engines since Fishback?s paper, until now.

A new paper by Peter Schattschneider from the Vienna University of Technology and Albert Jackson from Triton Systems, published in the journal Acta Astronautica takes a hard look at the work of Bussard and Fishback in hopes of finally determining if an interstellar ramjet engine could realistically be built. Their findings, sadly, suggest that while physics allows for their creation, they would require technology well beyond human capability.

Because the distribution of ionized hydrogen in space is low ? on the order of one atom per cubic centimeter ? gathering enough to fuel a fusion reactor would require magnetic coils which the authors called ?absurdly long.? Given realistic values, they estimated the coils would need a radius of approximately 2,000 kilometers.

Moreover, as thrust increases, the strain on the magnetic coils needed to focus the protons into the reactor also increases until they reach a breaking point. Despite operating in a near vacuum, the result of the strain means that acceleration cannot continue beyond this point. Additionally, the upper limit of the engine?s acceleration is constrained by the chosen support material for the coils. Things become further complicated when we take into account the additional mass needed to support the magnetic coils as well as the mass of the coils themselves. Each bit of mass necessarily reduces the acceleration we?re able to gain.

Ultimately, the new paper found that prior estimates for interstellar ramjets were far too optimistic, limiting the acceleration and possible ship time to three years at a distance of about 10 light years. That is, of course, an incredible improvement over current technologies but effectively erases the dream that such a craft could travel to the galactic center in a human lifetime.

Not only is this technology beyond our current reach, Schattschneider and Jackson concluded that the engineering capability needed to construct a working interstellar ramjet exceeds even that of a Kardashev Level II civilization.

Interstellar ramjets may very well be in our future, but it?s a very distant future at best.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/interstellar-ramjets-are-physically-possible-but-difficult/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => In traditional aircraft or rockets, fuel is burned continuously in order to generate thrust. As speed increases, approaching the speed of sound, air in front of the craft compresses until it creates a shockwave which we hear on the ground as a sonic boom. More powerful jet engines are able to push through the shockwave ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In traditional aircraft or rockets, fuel is burned continuously in order to generate thrust. As speed increases, approaching the speed of sound, air in front of the craft compresses until it creates a shockwave which we hear on the ground as a sonic boom. More powerful jet engines are able to push through the shockwave gaining higher speeds, but there is a limit. At some point the disruption of the shockwave meets the thrust of the engine and you hit a wall. To go even faster, you need a better engine.

Ramjets work by taking advantage of the shockwaves created at supersonic speeds. Specially built intakes at the front of the craft funnel the high pressure and compress it even further. The compressed air flows into a combustion chamber where it?s mixed with fuel and ejected out the back at supersonic speeds, creating additional thrust. Ramjets by definition can?t achieve thrust at subsonic speeds and instead need more traditional methods to get going. Once they?re up and moving, however, they?re highly efficient and capable of gaining speeds in excess of Mach 9 (7,000 miles per hour).

That?s all well and good if you?re inside the Earth?s atmosphere and have plenty of air to play with, but scientists and engineers wondered if you could use a similar process to power spacecraft in order to achieve relativistic speeds.

Ships in space can?t gather air from the vacuum but there are other materials which could be gathered and used for thrust. A paper published by Robert W. Bussard in 1960 proposed an interstellar ramjet later made famous by its use in Poul Anderson?s 1970 novel Tau Zero.

Instead of gathering air to generate thrust, the Bussard ramjet would scoop up and compress ionized hydrogen from the near vacuum of space using electric or magnetic fields and use them for fuel. As the craft moves faster, the flow of protons into the engine would also increase, producing even more thrust. The whole process becomes almost self-sustaining, allowing such a craft to go spectacularly fast.

Two years before Tau Zero, in 1968, John F. Fishback published a paper building on Bussard?s initial idea, proposing a magnetic scoop which might work to power an interstellar ramjet. While ramjets have made incredible progress within the confines of our atmosphere, relatively little attention has been paid to the development of similar space-based engines since Fishback?s paper, until now.

A new paper by Peter Schattschneider from the Vienna University of Technology and Albert Jackson from Triton Systems, published in the journal Acta Astronautica takes a hard look at the work of Bussard and Fishback in hopes of finally determining if an interstellar ramjet engine could realistically be built. Their findings, sadly, suggest that while physics allows for their creation, they would require technology well beyond human capability.

Because the distribution of ionized hydrogen in space is low ? on the order of one atom per cubic centimeter ? gathering enough to fuel a fusion reactor would require magnetic coils which the authors called ?absurdly long.? Given realistic values, they estimated the coils would need a radius of approximately 2,000 kilometers.

Moreover, as thrust increases, the strain on the magnetic coils needed to focus the protons into the reactor also increases until they reach a breaking point. Despite operating in a near vacuum, the result of the strain means that acceleration cannot continue beyond this point. Additionally, the upper limit of the engine?s acceleration is constrained by the chosen support material for the coils. Things become further complicated when we take into account the additional mass needed to support the magnetic coils as well as the mass of the coils themselves. Each bit of mass necessarily reduces the acceleration we?re able to gain.

Ultimately, the new paper found that prior estimates for interstellar ramjets were far too optimistic, limiting the acceleration and possible ship time to three years at a distance of about 10 light years. That is, of course, an incredible improvement over current technologies but effectively erases the dream that such a craft could travel to the galactic center in a human lifetime.

Not only is this technology beyond our current reach, Schattschneider and Jackson concluded that the engineering capability needed to construct a working interstellar ramjet exceeds even that of a Kardashev Level II civilization.

Interstellar ramjets may very well be in our future, but it?s a very distant future at best.

[date_timestamp] => 1642452817 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Three dead in the United Arab Emirates in a drone attack blamed on Houthi rebels [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harry Rivers ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:19:44 +0000 [category] => InternationalArabattackblameddeaddroneEmirateshouthiRebelsUnited [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/ [description] => Partial view of the industrial area where the drones fell, killing three people, Monday January 17, 2022. – / AFP Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la compagnie pétrolière d?Abou Dhabi] », announced the official Emirati agency WAM, reporting “six injured”.

Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack: “The armed forces carried out a qualitative and successful military operation in the framework of an operation dubbed ‘Yemen’s Hurricane'”, said their spokesperson Yahya Saree in a statement broadcast on their Al-Massira channel. ?Number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities? were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

A Houthi official claimed that the insurgents wanted to target ?places that are not of great strategic importance? to send a “Clear Warning”. “If the Emirates continue to attack Yemen, they will not be able to withstand painful strikes in the future”, Abdellilah Hajar told Agence France-Presse (AFP) in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen in the hands of the Houthis.

Additionally, a “minor fire” happened in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the agency without mentioning a victim. The explosion and the fire ” probably “ been caused by « drone », from “flying objects” being ” fallen down “ at the two places affected, said WAM, citing the Abu Dhabi police who have launched an investigation.

The Emirates are members of a military coalition under Saudi command, which has intervened since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against Houthi rebels backed by Iran. This attack attributed to the Houthis is the first to cause deaths on Emirati territory. The Houthis have in the past threatened to strike and claimed responsibility for attacks that have never been confirmed by the authorities of this Gulf oil monarchy.

Read also Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missiles and drones fired from Yemen

Threat of a response from the Emirates

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates condemned this attack on “civilian installations on Emirati territory” and warned that she ?will not go unpunished?. ?The Emirates reserves the right to respond to these terrorist attacks and this sinister criminal escalation?, he said. “This thoughtlessness and irresponsible absurdity are doomed to annihilation”, warned on Twitter Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic adviser to the President of the Emirates, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Allies of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have implicated the Yemeni rebels by denouncing an act “terrorist”. Iraq also condemned the attack, as did UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. ?There is no military solution to the conflict in Yemen?, believes Antonio Guterres, urging ?the parties to engage constructively and without preconditions? with his emissary “with the aim of advancing the political process to reach a comprehensive negotiated settlement to end the conflict in Yemen”, said the spokesperson.

Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French foreign minister, condemned “with the greatest firmness” these attacks. He called on the Houthis to put an end to their actions in Yemen and to engage in a political process to end the crisis. “France reaffirms its mobilization in favor of a cessation of hostilities throughout the country and a relaunch of discussions with a view to a global political agreement under the aegis of the United Nations”, Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement.

Intensification of the conflict

The conflict in Yemen which has killed 377,000 people has intensified in recent weeks with an increase in raids by the military coalition and ground offensives by government forces. For their part, the rebels have multiplied attacks by means of missiles and drones against Saudi Arabia, a neighboring country of Yemen.

The Riyadh-led coalition on Monday reported an increase in the number of “Drone bombs launched by Houthis from Sanaa International Airport”. She also claimed to have ?intercepted and destroyed eight drones launched in the direction of the kingdom? Saudi. Since taking over the capital Sanaa in 2014, the rebels have managed to seize large swaths of Yemeni territory, particularly in the north.

Read also In seven years, the war in Yemen will have caused the death of 377,000 people, by the end of 2021

On January 3, the Houthis seized the boat Rwabee flying the flag of the Emirates, off the Yemeni port of Hodeïda, claiming that it was carrying military equipment. The coalition assured that the boat was transporting equipment for a Yemeni hospital and denounced an act of “piracy”.

Iran, which has difficult relations with the Emirates, openly supports the rebels while denying supplying them with weapons, which its political opponents, Saudi Arabia and the United States, accuse.

Read also Saudi Arabia announces large-scale military operation in Yemen

The world

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/international/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Partial view of the industrial area where the drones fell, killing three people, Monday January 17, 2022. – / AFP Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la compagnie pétrolière d?Abou Dhabi] », announced the official Emirati agency WAM, reporting “six injured”.

Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack: “The armed forces carried out a qualitative and successful military operation in the framework of an operation dubbed ‘Yemen’s Hurricane'”, said their spokesperson Yahya Saree in a statement broadcast on their Al-Massira channel. ?Number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities? were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

A Houthi official claimed that the insurgents wanted to target ?places that are not of great strategic importance? to send a “Clear Warning”. “If the Emirates continue to attack Yemen, they will not be able to withstand painful strikes in the future”, Abdellilah Hajar told Agence France-Presse (AFP) in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen in the hands of the Houthis.

Additionally, a “minor fire” happened in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the agency without mentioning a victim. The explosion and the fire ” probably “ been caused by « drone », from “flying objects” being ” fallen down “ at the two places affected, said WAM, citing the Abu Dhabi police who have launched an investigation.

The Emirates are members of a military coalition under Saudi command, which has intervened since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against Houthi rebels backed by Iran. This attack attributed to the Houthis is the first to cause deaths on Emirati territory. The Houthis have in the past threatened to strike and claimed responsibility for attacks that have never been confirmed by the authorities of this Gulf oil monarchy.

Read also Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missiles and drones fired from Yemen

Threat of a response from the Emirates

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates condemned this attack on “civilian installations on Emirati territory” and warned that she ?will not go unpunished?. ?The Emirates reserves the right to respond to these terrorist attacks and this sinister criminal escalation?, he said. “This thoughtlessness and irresponsible absurdity are doomed to annihilation”, warned on Twitter Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic adviser to the President of the Emirates, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Allies of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have implicated the Yemeni rebels by denouncing an act “terrorist”. Iraq also condemned the attack, as did UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. ?There is no military solution to the conflict in Yemen?, believes Antonio Guterres, urging ?the parties to engage constructively and without preconditions? with his emissary “with the aim of advancing the political process to reach a comprehensive negotiated settlement to end the conflict in Yemen”, said the spokesperson.

Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French foreign minister, condemned “with the greatest firmness” these attacks. He called on the Houthis to put an end to their actions in Yemen and to engage in a political process to end the crisis. “France reaffirms its mobilization in favor of a cessation of hostilities throughout the country and a relaunch of discussions with a view to a global political agreement under the aegis of the United Nations”, Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement.

Intensification of the conflict

The conflict in Yemen which has killed 377,000 people has intensified in recent weeks with an increase in raids by the military coalition and ground offensives by government forces. For their part, the rebels have multiplied attacks by means of missiles and drones against Saudi Arabia, a neighboring country of Yemen.

The Riyadh-led coalition on Monday reported an increase in the number of “Drone bombs launched by Houthis from Sanaa International Airport”. She also claimed to have ?intercepted and destroyed eight drones launched in the direction of the kingdom? Saudi. Since taking over the capital Sanaa in 2014, the rebels have managed to seize large swaths of Yemeni territory, particularly in the north.

Read also In seven years, the war in Yemen will have caused the death of 377,000 people, by the end of 2021

On January 3, the Houthis seized the boat Rwabee flying the flag of the Emirates, off the Yemeni port of Hodeïda, claiming that it was carrying military equipment. The coalition assured that the boat was transporting equipment for a Yemeni hospital and denounced an act of “piracy”.

Iran, which has difficult relations with the Emirates, openly supports the rebels while denying supplying them with weapons, which its political opponents, Saudi Arabia and the United States, accuse.

Read also Saudi Arabia announces large-scale military operation in Yemen

The world

[date_timestamp] => 1642450784 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Doddy Sudrajat Wants to Bring Gala Sky, Emma Waroka: No Morals! : Okezone Celebrity [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/doddy-sudrajat-wants-to-bring-gala-sky-emma-waroka-no-morals-okezone-celebrity/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/doddy-sudrajat-wants-to-bring-gala-sky-emma-waroka-no-morals-okezone-celebrity/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:14:37 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentBringcelebrityDoddyEmmaGalaMoralsOkezoneSkySudrajatWaroka [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/doddy-sudrajat-wants-to-bring-gala-sky-emma-waroka-no-morals-okezone-celebrity/ [description] => JAKARTA – Actress Emma Waroka, the friend of the late Vanessa Angel was unable to cover her anger when she found out Doddy Sudrajat came to Haji Faisal’s house to bring the Sky Gala, on 16 January. Emma judged that the behavior of the late Vannessa Angel’s father had gone too far. He then compared ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

JAKARTA – Actress Emma Waroka, the friend of the late Vanessa Angel was unable to cover her anger when she found out Doddy Sudrajat came to Haji Faisal’s house to bring the Sky Gala, on 16 January.

Emma judged that the behavior of the late Vannessa Angel’s father had gone too far. He then compared Doddy’s position with himself, who had not seen Gala Sky for several weeks.

After meeting again, he confessed, Gala Sky looked scared when he met her. “Until I thought about getting close to him. I’m afraid to cry. His name is also a baby,” he said during Live Instagram, on January 16, 2022.

Because of that, Emma Waroka couldn’t understand the action of Doddy Sudrajat who came with many foreigners to bring Gala from Haji Faisal’s house. ?This actually came like a circus troupe. Enter someone’s house and act like a warrior. How is that possible?? he said again.

With tears in her eyes, Emma expressed her disappointment with Doddy Sudrajat, who she judged never cared about the psychology of her own grandson. He even said that the 49-year-old’s actions were very disturbing.

Also read: Ayu Wisya is back in sarcasm Doddy Sudrajat: Picking up grandchildren doesn’t need to be a lawyer

Emma Waroka in her statement added, ?Not only disturbing, but also very psychologically disturbing Gala Sky. He acted dishonorably and showed no morals.”

Doddy Sudrajat is known to have visited Haji Faisal’s residence in Srengseng, West Jakarta, on January 16, 2022. He admitted that he came unannounced because he wanted to take his grandson for a trip to Ancol.*

Also read: Forced by Ridho 2R to eat his licked marks, wife: smells, really feels good

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/doddy-sudrajat-wants-to-bring-gala-sky-emma-waroka-no-morals-okezone-celebrity/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => JAKARTA – Actress Emma Waroka, the friend of the late Vanessa Angel was unable to cover her anger when she found out Doddy Sudrajat came to Haji Faisal’s house to bring the Sky Gala, on 16 January. Emma judged that the behavior of the late Vannessa Angel’s father had gone too far. He then compared ... Read more [atom_content] =>

JAKARTA – Actress Emma Waroka, the friend of the late Vanessa Angel was unable to cover her anger when she found out Doddy Sudrajat came to Haji Faisal’s house to bring the Sky Gala, on 16 January.

Emma judged that the behavior of the late Vannessa Angel’s father had gone too far. He then compared Doddy’s position with himself, who had not seen Gala Sky for several weeks.

After meeting again, he confessed, Gala Sky looked scared when he met her. “Until I thought about getting close to him. I’m afraid to cry. His name is also a baby,” he said during Live Instagram, on January 16, 2022.

Because of that, Emma Waroka couldn’t understand the action of Doddy Sudrajat who came with many foreigners to bring Gala from Haji Faisal’s house. ?This actually came like a circus troupe. Enter someone’s house and act like a warrior. How is that possible?? he said again.

With tears in her eyes, Emma expressed her disappointment with Doddy Sudrajat, who she judged never cared about the psychology of her own grandson. He even said that the 49-year-old’s actions were very disturbing.

Also read: Ayu Wisya is back in sarcasm Doddy Sudrajat: Picking up grandchildren doesn’t need to be a lawyer

Emma Waroka in her statement added, ?Not only disturbing, but also very psychologically disturbing Gala Sky. He acted dishonorably and showed no morals.”

Doddy Sudrajat is known to have visited Haji Faisal’s residence in Srengseng, West Jakarta, on January 16, 2022. He admitted that he came unannounced because he wanted to take his grandson for a trip to Ancol.*

Also read: Forced by Ridho 2R to eat his licked marks, wife: smells, really feels good

[date_timestamp] => 1642450477 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => SpaceX?s mega-rocket Starship could make or break space industry, say experts [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/spacexs-mega-rocket-starship-could-make-or-break-space-industry-say-experts/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/spacexs-mega-rocket-starship-could-make-or-break-space-industry-say-experts/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 19:25:04 +0000 [category] => SpacebreakexpertsindustrymegarocketspaceSpaceXsStarship [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/spacexs-mega-rocket-starship-could-make-or-break-space-industry-say-experts/ [description] => Monday 17 January 2022 12:09 pm SpaceX conducts a test launch of its SN15 starship prototype from the company?s starship facility in Boca Chica, Texas, U.S. May 5, 2021. (REUTERS/Gene Blevins) The rise of mega-rockets, such as SpaceX?s Starship, could make or break the ?New Space? industry, according to experts. Countries including South Korea, Japan, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Monday 17 January 2022 12:09 pm

The rise of mega-rockets, such as SpaceX?s Starship, could make or break the ?New Space? industry, according to experts.

Countries including South Korea, Japan, India and UAE are planning to launch their first missions the Moon, which will require the use of so-called mega-rockets.

?Public enthusiasm for space will remain high with the launch of new mega-rockets in the coming year,? CEO of Seraphim Space, Mark Boggett said. ?This includes NASA?s giant moon rocket and SpaceX?s next-generation Starship, to return humans to the moon and some day to Mars.?

Such missions have captured not only starry-eyed investors? hearts, but also their wallets.

The space economy has breezed through yet another record year for private capital investment, swallowing $12.4bn in 2021 ? an increase of more than 60 per cent from the year before, London-listed Seraphim Space found.

And Boggett expects this momentum to continue, though the industry currently at an ?inflection point?.

Risky business

As Elon Musk?s space company scrambles to patch-up production issues on Starship?s Raptor engines ahead of its orbital test flight early this year, the future of the company and the wider space economy hangs in the balance, research and analytics firm GlobalData has cautioned.

?SpaceX has made great strides in making space commercially viable, but Starship is by far its most ambitious and risky project,? associate analyst Francesca Gregory explained.

?Operating at the edge of the laws of physics, the launch vehicle?s unrivaled payload and turnaround time will see space assume a similar business model to commercial aviation. If Starship can operate effectively, it will be a watershed moment. Access to space will be unparalleled, unlocking the potential for a commercial space boom.?

If the ambitious Starship falters, however, it could spook investors out of the sector and curb increasing levels of SPAC activity among the sector?s start-ups.

?A critical failure from Starship will shake confidence in the industry, stifling investors? appetites for risky bets,? she explained, adding ?It is clear that the outcome of the orbital test flight has repercussions for wider space economy funding.?

However, Boggett noted that while SPACs will be ?more challenging? this year, the pipeline remains strong for communications and climate-focussed firms.

) [wfw] => Array ( [commentrss] => https://bbc-edition.com/space/spacexs-mega-rocket-starship-could-make-or-break-space-industry-say-experts/feed/ ) [slash] => Array ( [comments] => 0 ) [summary] => Monday 17 January 2022 12:09 pm SpaceX conducts a test launch of its SN15 starship prototype from the company?s starship facility in Boca Chica, Texas, U.S. May 5, 2021. (REUTERS/Gene Blevins) The rise of mega-rockets, such as SpaceX?s Starship, could make or break the ?New Space? industry, according to experts. Countries including South Korea, Japan, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Monday 17 January 2022 12:09 pm

The rise of mega-rockets, such as SpaceX?s Starship, could make or break the ?New Space? industry, according to experts.

Countries including South Korea, Japan, India and UAE are planning to launch their first missions the Moon, which will require the use of so-called mega-rockets.

?Public enthusiasm for space will remain high with the launch of new mega-rockets in the coming year,? CEO of Seraphim Space, Mark Boggett said. ?This includes NASA?s giant moon rocket and SpaceX?s next-generation Starship, to return humans to the moon and some day to Mars.?

Such missions have captured not only starry-eyed investors? hearts, but also their wallets.

The space economy has breezed through yet another record year for private capital investment, swallowing $12.4bn in 2021 ? an increase of more than 60 per cent from the year before, London-listed Seraphim Space found.

And Boggett expects this momentum to continue, though the industry currently at an ?inflection point?.

Risky business

As Elon Musk?s space company scrambles to patch-up production issues on Starship?s Raptor engines ahead of its orbital test flight early this year, the future of the company and the wider space economy hangs in the balance, research and analytics firm GlobalData has cautioned.

?SpaceX has made great strides in making space commercially viable, but Starship is by far its most ambitious and risky project,? associate analyst Francesca Gregory explained.

?Operating at the edge of the laws of physics, the launch vehicle?s unrivaled payload and turnaround time will see space assume a similar business model to commercial aviation. If Starship can operate effectively, it will be a watershed moment. Access to space will be unparalleled, unlocking the potential for a commercial space boom.?

If the ambitious Starship falters, however, it could spook investors out of the sector and curb increasing levels of SPAC activity among the sector?s start-ups.

?A critical failure from Starship will shake confidence in the industry, stifling investors? appetites for risky bets,? she explained, adding ?It is clear that the outcome of the orbital test flight has repercussions for wider space economy funding.?

However, Boggett noted that while SPACs will be ?more challenging? this year, the pipeline remains strong for communications and climate-focussed firms.

[date_timestamp] => 1642447504 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Low Roar will present its fragile worlds in Prague [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/low-roar-will-present-its-fragile-worlds-in-prague/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/low-roar-will-present-its-fragile-worlds-in-prague/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hall ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 19:23:42 +0000 [category] => MusiccsdvdfragilemusicserverPraguePresentReviewroarWorlds [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/music/low-roar-will-present-its-fragile-worlds-in-prague/ [description] => Low Roar is a music project by Ryan Karazija, a project that has long been close to the hearts of Radiohead and Sigur Rós fans due to its fragility and complexity. He recorded his eponymous debut in 2010 at his apartment in Reykjavík, and his mix of post-rock and dreamy indie folk immediately caught the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Low Roar is a music project by Ryan Karazija, a project that has long been close to the hearts of Radiohead and Sigur Rós fans due to its fragility and complexity. He recorded his eponymous debut in 2010 at his apartment in Reykjavík, and his mix of post-rock and dreamy indie folk immediately caught the attention of the world’s music media. He returns to Prague’s Rock Café with a new mysterious record “Maybe Tomorrow …”. The concert will take place on May 18, 2022, tickets (CZK 440) are currently on sale on Fource.cz and in the GoOut.cz and Ticketmaster networks. The subsequent album “0” (2014), recorded again at home in the garage, also met high expectations. The groundbreaking single “I’ll Keep Coming” was included in its playlist by the famous radio NPR and Low Roar went on its first world tour with stops at influential festivals such as Eurosonic, Airwaves France or Iceland Airwaves. In Low Roar music, moments of loneliness turn into soothing ambient soundscapes. No wonder iconic game developer Hideo Kojima chose Low Roar songs for the star-studded Death Stranding soundtrack (Norman Reedus, Léa Seydoux, Mads Mikkelsen and Guillermo del Toro). Kojima stumbled upon Low Roar music by chance during his trip to Iceland. The single “I’ll Keep Coming” was then included directly in the trailer, which represented the whole ambitious project. Rayan Karazija is constantly on the move, commuting between Warsaw and London while recording his third album “Once in a Long, Long While” (2017). His joint work with producer Andrew Scheps (Adele, Hozier) resulted in the successful single “Give Me an Answer”. Low Roar will come to Prague as part of a tour for last year’s album “Maybe Tomorrow …”, which Karazija himself describes as his most expressive recording with the most colorful sound to date. She compares her listening to a deep dive, during which with each new song you dive deeper into the unexplored waters of the dreamy world of the Icelandic project Low Roar.

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Low Roar is a music project by Ryan Karazija, a project that has long been close to the hearts of Radiohead and Sigur Rós fans due to its fragility and complexity. He recorded his eponymous debut in 2010 at his apartment in Reykjavík, and his mix of post-rock and dreamy indie folk immediately caught the attention of the world’s music media. He returns to Prague’s Rock Café with a new mysterious record “Maybe Tomorrow …”. The concert will take place on May 18, 2022, tickets (CZK 440) are currently on sale on Fource.cz and in the GoOut.cz and Ticketmaster networks. The subsequent album “0” (2014), recorded again at home in the garage, also met high expectations. The groundbreaking single “I’ll Keep Coming” was included in its playlist by the famous radio NPR and Low Roar went on its first world tour with stops at influential festivals such as Eurosonic, Airwaves France or Iceland Airwaves. In Low Roar music, moments of loneliness turn into soothing ambient soundscapes. No wonder iconic game developer Hideo Kojima chose Low Roar songs for the star-studded Death Stranding soundtrack (Norman Reedus, Léa Seydoux, Mads Mikkelsen and Guillermo del Toro). Kojima stumbled upon Low Roar music by chance during his trip to Iceland. The single “I’ll Keep Coming” was then included directly in the trailer, which represented the whole ambitious project. Rayan Karazija is constantly on the move, commuting between Warsaw and London while recording his third album “Once in a Long, Long While” (2017). His joint work with producer Andrew Scheps (Adele, Hozier) resulted in the successful single “Give Me an Answer”. Low Roar will come to Prague as part of a tour for last year’s album “Maybe Tomorrow …”, which Karazija himself describes as his most expressive recording with the most colorful sound to date. She compares her listening to a deep dive, during which with each new song you dive deeper into the unexplored waters of the dreamy world of the Icelandic project Low Roar.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642447422 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Lady Diana, revealed the hidden nickname of the princess [link] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/lady-diana-revealed-the-hidden-nickname-of-the-princess/ [comments] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/lady-diana-revealed-the-hidden-nickname-of-the-princess/#respond [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Potteer ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 19:00:40 +0000 [category] => EntertainmentDianaHiddenLadylady dianaNicknamePrincessrevealed [guid] => https://bbc-edition.com/entertainment/lady-diana-revealed-the-hidden-nickname-of-the-princess/ [description] => Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of the Royal Palaces he recounted how he was hired by Spencer and the relationship the staff members had with the queen’s daughter-in-law.

Lady Diana after the divorce

When Lady Diana divorced from Prince Charles in 1995, his main residence became Kensington Palace and from that moment he began to build around himself a team of trusted people that in the last two years of his life they would have worked directly for him. “I was walking through the courtyard of Kensington Palace when suddenly a higher voice said to me: ‘Colin, are you still a rebel?’. I looked up and there was the Princess of Wales», Said Colin Tebbutt, formerly a member of the Victorian Order and former Royal Protection Officer at the time.

At that moment “I thought: ‘The most beautiful woman in the world is talking to me in the courtyard'”. “We had a casual chat, just about what the weather was like, and then all of a sudden, he said, ‘Colin, what are you doing right now?’ He explained to me exactly what he was looking for – a driver – and I said, ‘Well, of course ma’am, we could probably solve the problem.’

Diana was building her own staff from scratch and Colin immediately made himself available to chauffeur her, with the promise that he could continue to work as a freelancer: “So I mumbled a ridiculously low price, to which she replied, ‘Oh wonderful, can you start tomorrow?’. I actually got paid a little more than I asked for», Specified the former driver. “I phoned both of my boys and told them we had a new client: the Princess of Wales. I also said that the pay rate was not great, at that moment an amazing response came: ‘We would do it for nothing’».

Thus it was that Colin Tebbutt became the official user for the princess’s London trips. The three employees, however, did not address the ex-wife of Prince Charles with particular honorific titles, they merely called her simply “The Boss”. A nickname unexpected and far from the rules of the protocol, which for this very reason had to have a lot of fun Lady Diana.

The night of Lady Diana’s disappearance

When Diana was the victim, at the age of 36, of a car accident under the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris on the night of August 31, 1997, the trusted driver was not driving the car of her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Colin, but the chauffeur Henri Paul. “It would have been totally different if she had been in London. I had a team of two, we would always be there– said Tebbutt regretfully, who has always rejected the conspiracy theories around his disappearance of the princess. “It was an accident. In my opinion she was enjoying life and working for her life was really good».


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Lady D, princess of hearts, but not only. In addition to the nicknames known to the public, the Princess had a nickname special with which she used to be called by her staff. To reveal the curious background was Colin Tebbutt, the former driver of Princess Diana, who in the Channel 5 documentary Secrets of the Royal Palaces he recounted how he was hired by Spencer and the relationship the staff members had with the queen’s daughter-in-law.

Lady Diana after the divorce

When Lady Diana divorced from Prince Charles in 1995, his main residence became Kensington Palace and from that moment he began to build around himself a team of trusted people that in the last two years of his life they would have worked directly for him. “I was walking through the courtyard of Kensington Palace when suddenly a higher voice said to me: ‘Colin, are you still a rebel?’. I looked up and there was the Princess of Wales», Said Colin Tebbutt, formerly a member of the Victorian Order and former Royal Protection Officer at the time.

At that moment “I thought: ‘The most beautiful woman in the world is talking to me in the courtyard'”. “We had a casual chat, just about what the weather was like, and then all of a sudden, he said, ‘Colin, what are you doing right now?’ He explained to me exactly what he was looking for – a driver – and I said, ‘Well, of course ma’am, we could probably solve the problem.’

Diana was building her own staff from scratch and Colin immediately made himself available to chauffeur her, with the promise that he could continue to work as a freelancer: “So I mumbled a ridiculously low price, to which she replied, ‘Oh wonderful, can you start tomorrow?’. I actually got paid a little more than I asked for», Specified the former driver. “I phoned both of my boys and told them we had a new client: the Princess of Wales. I also said that the pay rate was not great, at that moment an amazing response came: ‘We would do it for nothing’».

Thus it was that Colin Tebbutt became the official user for the princess’s London trips. The three employees, however, did not address the ex-wife of Prince Charles with particular honorific titles, they merely called her simply “The Boss”. A nickname unexpected and far from the rules of the protocol, which for this very reason had to have a lot of fun Lady Diana.

The night of Lady Diana’s disappearance

When Diana was the victim, at the age of 36, of a car accident under the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris on the night of August 31, 1997, the trusted driver was not driving the car of her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Colin, but the chauffeur Henri Paul. “It would have been totally different if she had been in London. I had a team of two, we would always be there– said Tebbutt regretfully, who has always rejected the conspiracy theories around his disappearance of the princess. “It was an accident. In my opinion she was enjoying life and working for her life was really good».


Last updated: Monday 17 January 2022, 19:44

© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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